Dacia increase scrappage allowance | Car Talk - Car News Mar 2018


14:46 Thursday 01 Mar 2018

Dacia have extended the scrappage allowance available on selected Duster model to as much as £2,000.

From now until the end of March, the Duster Lauréate dCi 110 4x2 and 4x4 receive an extra £500 and £1,000 respectively on top of their existing Scrappage Scheme offers.

As a result, the former carries a scrappage allowance of £1,500, while for the rugged all-wheel drive variant it’s £2,000.   Once the enhanced scrappage allowance has been applied, the Duster Lauréate dCi 110 4x2 costs from only £12,995, with the 4x4 version from £14,495.

The brand will also be running a special Dacia Week event at participating dealers between 12-18 March, where the Duster Lauréate dCi 110 will be available with up to a £2,200 deposit contribution when purchased on a three-year 4.9 per cent Dacia Dimensions PCP offer.

Lauréate models include Bluetooth connectivity, DAB radio, cruise control, air conditioning, 16-inch ‘Tyrol’ alloy wheels, and a leather steering wheel.  Power comes from a 1.5-litre 110hp dCi engine, returning up to 64.2mpg and CO2 emissions as low as 115g/km.

The scrappage scheme is available on cars traded in which were registered before 2010, and owned by the customer for at least 90 days.


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